A Level results have finally been released and many teenagers are securing their permanent place in university. For those who have taken the bold step of moving out of their house, preparations can be made to organise the moving of all their personal and essential belongings. When moving into furnished halls it’s easy to misjudge the amount you’ll need as the core items are there. However you soon realise you own a lot of stuff that has to be brought with you, even more so if you’re living in a shared house.
Attic Secure Self Storage London
is more than just a storage company. They also offer support when it comes to moving. Their accredited removal service that operates in London and further afield, offers all the support you need when moving. They can take care of packing and removals at a fair, fixed price.
Avoid The Stress of Moving Away from Home With Attic Storage
For some lucky people, the hassle of moving isn’t a big problem. However you must remember that you’ll be away for at least 3 years and during each academic year you’ll be moving out all your things into a new place. This is where London self storage
really comes in handy as you can easily store all the things you don’t need during the summer in Attic’s secure storage units. For students attending universities and colleges in the London area, this service is of great help.
Attic are a trusted London self storage
company that want to provide you with excellent services and secure storage facilities at great prices.
Before making the big move visit Attic Storage and see the facilities and support they can offer you, as you start a new chapter in your adult life.
Address: Attic Self Storage Limited, 1 Maverton Road, London, E3 2JE Telephone: 020 8981 6800 Email: [email protected]
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